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THE NEWS-HERALD, HILLSBORO, THURSDAY. MAY 10, 1906.
rh THE BEST COUCH CURE In buying n cough medlclno, ro member the-best cough cure, Kemp's Balsam costs no moro than any other kind. Remember, too. tlio kind thnt cures is tho only kind worth any. thlnfi. Evory year thousands nro saved from n consumptive's gravo by taking Kemp's Halsam In time. Is It worth whllo to experiment with anything else? Sold by nil dealers at 25c. and 50c. JULIUS C. KOCH Wholesale and Retail Dealer hi t ICB And Manufacturer 0 MlnsraIWater. Olllcc North Hlrjh Street Telephone 082, .Ml Ordcrj Promptly tilled. Toaouers Examination. The Ulchl.ind County Hoard of School Ex aminers hereby gives notice that examina tions of applicants for certificates win take Blace In the Washington School Uulldlnr. Iltaboro, on the first Saturday of each month. Patterson examination will be held on the third Saturday or April and on the sec ond Saturday of Mar. Examinations for Illeh School and Special Certificates will be held on the OrstSaturday of September, December, March and June. As prescribed by law, the fees for Teachers examination will bo 50 cents, while the l'at terson examination no fee Is charged. C. A. I'ookktt, Prcs. D. A. Hiscii. K. l Tice, Clerk. Hoard of nxamlners. NEW YORK CLIPPER IS THE BRKATEBT THEATRICAL I SHOW PAPER IN THE WORLD. $4.00 Per Year. Single Copy, 10 Cts. ISSUED WEEKLY. Sample Copy Free. FRANK QUEEN PUB. CO. (ltd), ai.kwktj pnniR PUDLISHKIIH. u .l7l- .V m tan u .!... VI (HMIU Dli,flBIT 1UU, LADIES Safe, Quick, Reliable Regulator Superior to other remedies old at high prlcei. Our. niarsnteed. 8u-MfullT ueu by over yuu.ouo wnmrti. I'rlcr, y.i urnt,urui gliuurbrmsll. Testimonial! c booklet free. Dr. Lal'rauco, Philadelphia, Pa. HOLLIRTCR'S Rocky Mountain Tea Nuggets A Busy Medietas for Baiy People. Bring! QolJea Health tail Eowwsi Vigor. A P?!"" for Constlrctflnn. Tn HeoUlon, Ure, nd Kidney Troubles. llmpl-x Ccremv Impur Blood, Bui Breath. Slneetsti OowrU. uWlacho and Backache. It's Itcty Mo-iulnln Tvn In tab let form, in cents a box. Of-immo nado br HoLusTxn Dsco (Company, 3Iuiton, Wis. GOLDEN NUGQET3 FOR SALLOW PEOPLE .v---v We promptly obtain Dcnamoaei,iKetcuor piiotuni Inveimi.u loi I froo report on patentability. H r free UioF, I TRADE-MARKS !TVfJ''-lr mir Mif.'...TJ JlUSaSuxAjL'.; ONLY RAILROADx soxm EQUIPPEDWITH AUTOMATIC ELECTRIC BLOCK SIGNALS AMD SOUTHERN RAILWAY TOOK Cincinnati I Lenitvilli TO EL lirOMNT CITIES SmUl 3tlMMt, SttttkwMt MMUIKUV TKKETI N SALE rmr amo thud tuksoayi or CAM MMrrH TO MANY mint south. IW bfacattloo ami IUIm AddnM PAUL BROWN, T. P. A. CHASW.ZEU,D.'.P.A. CUMfcuuUl, n A. OARRBTT, OnmI Maaaftf , W., WNBAMOW,a.P.A, i ) DR. LA FRANCO'S (M U. b. ah I INrclim i 4 aaaMaETrj'rfT1i'3jP'.i aw. JX A-ifX - --'liMaaW i now iobcc lire i ' Patents and iWm W- ) mjjimITS't ROADAND leFARli ill EEAUTIFYINO ROADSIDES. A Little Effort on the Tnrt of Farmer Which Will Add to Vnlue of Land. T'.ioro uro some economic mlvnntngcs to r. woll-ohatlod roadside. To n moro or l?ss oxtont tho lnnd Is dumnged In tho adjoining field; thoro la n hlndrnncoto tho use of tho mowing mnchlno In keep ing down grass nntl weeds; In tho spring tho shndo from tho trees, oven though there nro no loaves, tends to hold tho frost In tho soil n llttlo longer, nnd thus cause tho settling of tho, roadbed, nnd thcro nro doubtless other arguments, eays tho Prnlrlo Fnrmor, that may bo AN AUTISTIC AND INV1TINQ HO AD WAT. urged against tho timbered, shady road Bldo. Nevertheless, after all is said thcro nro fow people who do not llko to rldo along tho shady roadway; It Is always admired; fow farmors nro willing thnt full grown, thrifty trees should Co sacrificed, and not Infrequently tho farm ltsnlf will command n bettor prico por aero ulmply bocauso the prospecttvo purclinsor is ploascd and dollghtod with tho stately, comfortablo and wholesome feeling that tho shady roadside glvos to tho farm. A typo of tho shady rondsldo Is shown In our Illustration. Tho trees are pines, but plnos need not bo used unlosB do sired. Thoy nro frequently ndmlred bo causo of their evergreen appearance. Tho onk and tho elm aro often much ad mired, nnd may bo grown successfully in nlmost any northern nllmnte. WHAT LIMITS CORN YIELD. Low Protein Corn More Apt to Do Well on Land Poor In Nitrogen Thnn High Protein Corn. Regarding tho yiold of corn it soems quite possible that upon land whoso productive capacity Is limited by tho supply of avallablo nitrogen tho low protein or high starch corn may yield hotter than tho high protoln corn, provldod tho two kinds ot corn aro equal in other respects, as In gorm- inatlng power, vigor of growth, root development, etc. My opinion is that If wo havo uao for high protoln corn wo should produoc it and by moans of leguminous crops wo should pro vide tho growing corn crop with as much nltrogon aa It can profitably uso. Of course this principle applle not only to nltrogon, but to all of tho clemonU of fertility. Thoro Is no economy In allowing any crop to grow In a half starred condition, any more than thoro la In keoplng growing ani mals on a moro malntonanco ration. Wo should provldo not only tho nl trogon, but wo should also mako sure that tho supply of phosphorus nnd potassium is sufllclont for maximum profltablo crop ylolds. In this connection It may bo stated that tho ovidonco thus far obtalnod from soil Investigations In tho corn bolt Indicates that tho supply of nl trogon Is abundant In most soils, In deod that largo nmounta of nltrogon nro annually passing off In dralnago wators, that phosphorus and not nl trogon Is tho oloment which commonly limits tho ylold ot tho corn crop, nnd thnt tho chief effect of clover upon n succeeding crop of corn is duo to tho phosphorus llboratod by tho deenvine I clovor residues, tho flxntlon of ni trogen bolng of secondary Import ance. Cyril O. Hopkins, University of Illinois. HOME-MADE BATHTUB. Bow One Made of Wood May Made to Do Very Good Serv , Ice in the Home. Be I Many homes are without bathtubs because of the oxponso necessary to se cure one nnd con nect it with a wa ter supply. Horo Is a suggestion of fered by the Farm Journal as to how ono may be made ot wood. Paint it with teveral conts of white paint Insldo, and keep It well painted. Fit up a llttlo room for It off tho kitchen, If poralble. Run a piece of load plpo from tha tub out through the wall, using a stopper to retain tho water when In use. A fow pallfuls ot water from tho kitcheu ! pump, and one or two from tho hot wa ter tank or kettle, will All tho tub suffi ciently, and In lose than five minutes. klm Milk for Calves. This la an exceedingly valuable feed for growing calves. It must always bo fed sweet and must be as warm as the mother's milk, about 98 degrees. Four quarts fod twice a day Is sufficient for I the first month. Add a teaspoonru! of ollmeal to each feed. In addition to the skim milk, let tho calves have outs or shorts and hay. A Lucky Man. The man who owns a good farm, free from mortgage, and who invests most of his money at home In better stock or better living is tho centor of a flnan- :lal world of his own. He's the kingpin) .And many a big city financier envies I hi Ira his security of possession nnd freedom from uncertainty. ".r " "''-v7?vVsiJ J. jg A RIGHT TO GOOD ROADS. No Industrial Class In Country Moro Entitled to Help Than Farm ing Communities. If this Is a government of, by and for tho pcoplo, it Is time to enst about and seo whothor Its functions nro be ing faithfully exercised. Thoro aro ninety million peoplo In tho United Stntos, and moro thnn ono-thlrd of theso nro engaged In agricultural pursu .3. Upon this latter class nil tho others depend for tho necessaries of life, nnd according ns conditions nro good or bad about tho agricul tural classes, nil tho others nro af fected. Prosperity in tho farming world menns prosperity in tho indus trial and tho morcnntllo world. When tho fnrmors suffer, tho disaster reaches In somo measure to uvery man, womnn nnd child In tho country. There Is no way to honestly put out of sight tho Interdependence of our pooplo, nnd yet tho ono clnss that could llvo absoluetly without tho ex Islonco of any of tho other classes Is tho farming community. In vlow of theso solf-ovldont truths It does ricom that tho industrial and morcnn tllo classes, with tho professional pcoplo, would bo mindful of every thing tondlng to mako rural Ufo profltablo and pleasant. Tho pres ent highway conditions form tho most serious drawback that confronts tho country today. In no other civ lllzod country do llko conditions pre vail. Wherever government has In tervened for good highways, thoro the pooplo aro happiest. Tho high ways afford to tho rural population not nlono the means ot communica tion with tho business world, but tho means of reaching church houses and school houses, and all that thoy havo of social Intercourse and amusement. It should bo n matter of gcnoral pub lic concern to havo tho highways In nil tho states put In first-class condi tion. Tho states of thomsclvos can novor establish satisfactory systems of roads, nor should thoy bo expected to. Tho cost of road construction should bo equitably distributed, and this can only bo dono through national aid. THE ASPARAGUS BEETLE. Suggestion as to Effectlvo Method of Preventing Injury to Plants. Tho only offoctlvo way to prevent injurlos to asparagus by asparagus bcctlo larvno Is to destroy tho eggs before thoy hatch, says tho Orange (Ind.) Fnrmor. Tho lirst eggs nro laid on tho young shoots; lntor on tho grown plant. Thoy nro black, about 1-1C inch long and sot nearly at right angles to tho stem; so, though small, thoy aro fairly conspic uous. In a fow days thoy hatch Into slimy, greenish slug with black heads, legs and dots on tho body, Tho simplest way to manage is to leave a fow Intorior Bhoots for tho females to lay oggs on. Whon four or five dnys old theso shoots must bo cut and burnod nnd others allowed to replace thorn. To simplify this cutting and to reduco to a minimum, tho chanco of missing any plants, those allowed to romaln should bo all In cortnln parts of tho flold on certain days. The field should bo di vided into four or throo equal parts, dopondlng on tho frequency of cut ting. At tho first cutting tho trap plants should be loft In tho first sec tion and bo on. In each other section evory punky stalk should bo cut with the marketablo onos and burnod. Evory trap plant in any soctlon must bo out on tho fourth or fifth day and tho plan conttnuod through tho cut ting Benson. This will complotoly protect tho fluid from lato attack and reduco possible Infestation tho noxt Benson, provldod no asparagus 1b al lowed to grow In fonco rows and wasto places and provldod neighbors are as careful. ''V KATYDID EGGS. What They Look Llko and How Thoy Are Attached to Foliage In sect Does Little Damage. Tho Illustration shows n deposit ot kntydld eggs on n grnpo vino. This In-' sect is n common species through southern nnd contrul United Stntes, but vory seldom causes sorlous damage. Tho eggs nro of n slato-brown color nnd aro laid In romnrknbly regular, double rowB, with broken Joints ns shown In tho Illustration. Thoy are laid on the twigs of trees In tho north, ns tho lu- fnlarged , Profite Hide uetv. THE KATYDID EddB. sect passes tho winter in tne egg stage. In tho south they nro laid on tho edges of loaves, frequently, a row on each surface, says tho Ohio Farmor. The In sect has two generations In tho south. When tho eggs are laid, tho Burface of tho twig la first roughened by the Jaws. Tho eggs are then laid, one after another, tho successive onos being pushod for a short distance in under tho preceding. The number laid by each female varies from 100 to 160. In the spring the egg splits along the top and the young katydid emorges, very pale In color, Mr. Scudder, who has made a study of the song of .the katydid, says the night song and fee day song differ. Two Kinds of Prnit Growers, Roland Morrill, the great poach grower of Michigan, saya that ho novor attends a mooting of fruit growors that ho dooa not rocelvo benefit. Ho represents a class of suc cessful mon that know they can al ways learn something they do not al ready know. Another fruit grower said: "I don't care to attend these raeetlngB. I know all about fruit growing." He represents a class of mon (generally unsuccessful), who Ironglno thoro Is no knowledge out side ot that possessed by themselves. A man to be successful In fruit grow ing must lay hold of every kind of horticultural Information that can be reached. ,e 1 UNIQUE DISCOVERY. CHANCE FINDING OF POTASSIUM SUBSTANCE ON SEAWEED. California Chemist Picks Up Kelp Containing Deposits Strong in tho Preservative Element. Los Angeles, Cnl. Upon tho chnnco which led n chemist of nn Investiga tive turn or mind nlmost Idly to nn ulyzo u small lump of sediment cling ing to ii lloatlng bit of seaweed cast up by tho high tide on tho beach ut San Diego, may hniig the results of tho most Important ol the food supply ot tho world. David Mooro IJalch Is tho chemist's name, and tho discovery through an experiment In his luborntory n fow weeks ago may provldo n substitute for the falling nltrato supply of tho saltpeter beds of Chile. Tho aged Bavant happened to bo taking his early constitutional upon tho sand, following ono of tho oariy cqulnoxlnl storms. At his feet ho no ticed a mass of seaweed torn from its mooring upon tho submerged rocks nnd cast upon the shore. Unlch Immediately recognized the weed ns, n species of kelp, n broad leaf tucoid seaweed. To It already had clus tered and crystallized In tho sun de posits of whnt he naturally supposed to bo slmplo salt from tho evaporated Ben water. Tho deposits lncrustcd on tho leaves ot tho kelp so attracted Ualch that he carried the seaweed back with him to his laboratory. Thoro to his utter surprise, ho discovered that In place of tho slmplo salt of sodium tho buIh stnnco was In reality rich In potas sium. But It remained for George II. Mny nard, first vlco president of tho Amer ican Instltuto of Mining Engineer ing, to rccognlzo tho full commercial vnlue of the discovery. Mr. Maynard, who Is well known in l)s Angeles, learned of Batch's dis covery during a visit to Uoronndo. Necessary steps were Immediately taken to protect themselves In the processes for tho extraction of tho vnl uablo salts and sulphates, nnd tho three associated thomsolvos In a part nership to exploit their valuable dis covery. INDIAN WEDDING IN COURT Drldo Pays tho Fco When the Brldo- groom Falls to Produco the Cash. Sioux Palls, S. D. Capt. Soth Bul lock, porsonnl friend of President Roose velt nnd United States marshal for South Dakota, ncted as master or cere monies nt an Indian wedding. Tho principals In tho wedding were David Charging, n Sioux warrior be longing on tho Pino Illdgo reservation, nnd N'elllo Little Illnl. n belle of the ! Pino Hldgo reservation" tribp of Sioux Indians. Tho brldo Is not yet 10 years of ago, whllo tho bridegroom has not attained his mnjorlty. Tho ceremony was performed In tho fodoral courtroom In this city nt tho conclusion of a ses sion of court nnd Is tho only Instance in tho history of South Dakota In which an Indian couplo was married in a federal courtroom. Tho ceremony was per formed by Judge Whoelock. Tho bridegroom was financially em barrassed and tho brldo was required to pay tho foo charged for n marrlago li cense. The othor oxponses of tho wed ding wore paid from a fund contributed by witnesses attending Unltod States court. A largo number of tho society women of Sioux Falls were Interested specta tors at tho woddlng. VINDICATES SIRE'S NAME. LaBt of Banker's $700,000 Debts Paid Off In Ten Years by Loyal Son. Dos Moines, la. In vindication of his father's namo James G. Whitney, ot Atlantic, completed liquidating an In debtedness ot 1700,000. Ills had been it labor of love extending over n period of ten years. During tho financial stress of lS'Ja 90 his father, Franklin II. Whltnoy, bo came n bankrupt nnd died, nnd tho Bank of Atlantic, which ho owned, went Into tho hands of n receiver and tho $700,000 which has Just been repaid to tho creditors was realized by his good management of tho wrecked estate. Franklin II. Whltnoy wnstlio rounder of tho city of Atlantic. Ho laid out tho town site nnd established tho National Bank of Atlantic, which ho subsequent ly converted Into n privato institution. Ho beenmo a millionaire. Eventually ho speculated too heavily In Kansas City and Birmingham (Ala.) real estate and his business collapsed. The shock killed him. It was not believed his estate would pay 50 cents on the dollar, but his son took a solemn vow to see that no cred itor lost n cent, and he bus kept his word to tho letter. High Up in the Air. Tho highest kito ascent was lately mado at Llndenberg, Prussia, 21,100 feet being reached, with six attached kites and 16,000 yards of wire. Tho temperature fell from 41 degrees nt the surface to 13 degrees below zero; the wind 18 miles at the surface was 60 miles an hour at highest point. Portrait in Print. A pretty young woman of Boston re cently had the honor ot seeing her portrait In print In a newspaper. The result of this must haev been a source of considerable embarrassment o her, for she bad 800 letters offering mar riage within a fow days. Sho Is still single, It pours the oil of life Into your system. It warms you up and s'arU the life blood circulating. That'r what HollUter'B Rocky Mountain doen 35 cents, Tea or Tablets, Kaufmann & Daek "When we first got married my wife and I quarreled for a year about whether we should buy an automobile or a horse and buggy," 'How did you settle it ?" "We compromised on a baby carriage." A Fierce DemoniacHealed Sunday School Lesson lor May 13. 1906 Spedillr Prepared lor Thlj Pper LESSON TEXT.-Mnrk 6.1-20. Memory vcrie, l.'i. cior.nn.v ti:xt-"cio homo to tin friends nntl tell tliom liow (trout tliliiRs tlm Lord li.ttli dono for tlice ".Mark S 19, TIMK.- Autumn, A. D. 2S, tho morning following tho ovrnta of taut lesson. PLACE C'o.ut of Lnlto of (lullleu, across from Tllicrlns. SCltll'TUItE ItEFEHENl'ES. - Othor recorded cures of demoniacs: Mntt. y.K, .tJ, Mnrk l-M-V, (Luko 4:3.1-36); Mntt. 12 22 (Luke II H); Matt. 17:H-18 (Mnrk 9:17-23; Lnlto 9.3S-I2). ttofcrenccs to Satan: 1 fhron 21:1; Job 1:6; l'sa. 109:Cj .rch. 3:1. New Testament references to Rntun: Mntt. 1:10; 12:26; 10:23; Mnrk 4:15; Luko 10. IS. 22.3; John 13:27; Acta 6:3; 28:18; Horn. 10 20; 1 Tim. ruin; Horn. 12.9, etc. Demons: Mnrk 9:38; Luko 4:41: 9:1; 10:17: 13:32; 1 Cor. 10:20, 21; Jns. 2:19; ltuv. 18:2, etc. Comment and Suggestive Thought. V. 1. "They." Jesus nnd tho Twelve. "The other side." Across the Sea of Onllleo from Capernaum; hence to ward Its southeast extremity. V. 2. "Out of tho tombs." Which wore not far from tho shore. "A man." Matthew mentions two demoniacs. Wo may presume that tho ono Mark tells of was so peculiarly florco that tho other was scnrcoly considered, though wo have no doubt Josus healed him nlso. "An unclean Bplrlt." One thus nflllctcd waa prone to haunt places and follow practices regarded by Jews as cercmonlnlly unclean. V. 3. "Had his dwelling among tho tombs." Nnturnl and artificial caves, often very large, arc found In this region. V. 4. "Bound with fetters." Chains fastening the feet. Matthew tolls ua that people were afraid to pass that way, because of this fierce man. "Plucked nsunder." Like many nn other frenzied person, ho seemed to bavo superhuman strength. "Broken In pieces." Or torn asunder, If they were of rope. V. 5. "Night and day . . . moun tains nnd tombs." Itoaming tho hill sides or hiding among tho tombs. "Crying and cutting himself." He was In misery, nnd gave vent probably to florco shrloks. He also had a pro pensity to Injure himself. Tho devil Is n hard paymaster (Horn. 0:23). V. C. "Saw . . . afar off." He must have discerned him when ho was yet out at sea. "Worshiped Him." Fell prostrnto before Jesus, as In worship. V. 7. "Cried with a loud voice." An Inarticulate shriek. "Whnt havo I?" etc. Literally, "What Is there to mo nnd thee." Thnt Is, "What havo we In common?" "Son of the most high God." A tltlo for Jesus that was usod by Gentiles rnthor than Jews." Torment mo not." Trench says: "The truo dovlllsh spirit counts It n torment nut to bo suffered to tor ment others." V. 8. "Ho said." Bather, "was say lug." Already, by word or manner, JesiiB had Indicated his purpose to releaso tho domonlzed man. V. 9. "What Is thy namo?" It Is wild nothing goes fnrthcr toward bringing a frenzied percon to com posure thnn getting him to toll his name. "Loglon." A division of the uoman army consisting nominally of 0,000 soldiers, was called a legion. Here tho term raorely means many. V. 10. "Out of the country." Luko says "Into the deep," or "tho abyss," that is, to Gehenna, tho place of evil . spirits. V. 11. "A great hord of awlne." Tho region was largely Inhabited by Gentl'" , or by religiously careless Je" , slnco strict Jews doomed swlno unclean, nnd would have nothing to do with tho animal savo under di-i rect necessity (Luko 15:15). V. 13. "Josus gavo them leavo."' Demons can do nothing among mon I savo as permitted by God; and this! assures us that ho purposes to over-1 rulo their work for our good, and will enable us to escnpo bolng harmed . by them (1 Cor. 10:13). "Tho herd' ran (rushed) . . . Into tho sea"1 The frenzied nnlmals rushed down tho steep bank. Thus tho demons were' outwitted, nnd wo may prcsumo could only return to their own place. i V. U. "They fled." Tho keopors, were dlsmnyed, perhaps feared for their own lives, nntl hurried home-' wnrd, spreading the nows of the ovent In tho country nnd tho city as thoy went. "They." Many of tbost who henrd tho story of tho swineherds. Matthew onys "the whole city " V. 15. "Seo him." Bettor In ItOV.I Ver "Behold." as tho original means to look earnestly nnd Intently. Doubtless many of them had known mis man in tho past only to fear hlra. "Sitting clothed, In his right mind." Whereas before ho had been evor on tho move, naked and dement ed. "Wore afraid." Thoy felt an awo of both (i.e mnn and his Healer. V. 10. "They "mt saw It." The Bwlnehords, who returnod with the crowd. "Tofd how it befell." They fslly reported both parts of the story; but alas, the loss of tho pigs1 Impressed the peoplo more than tho restfuo of tho afflicted man. Practical Points. V. 1. Jesus would seek aiid save people of evory land. John 10''; 16. V. 3. Many whom chains- of Iron cannot bind may bo bound iy th mightier bonds of love. 2 Cor 5:14,15.' V. 9. Evil spirits commonly go li. companies. No 8 In stands alone Matt 12:43-45. V. 15. When one Is saved by Jesus he becomes- In every particular a new creature: 2' Cor. 5:17; V. 17". We must take care lest, in despising Christ's messengers, we bid Him depart from us. Luke 10:10. "Of course, 1 don't want to criticise, but I don't thlnU It was altogether right for Davld'to say "All men ate liars." "Well, at any rate,lt was safer than to pick out one man aud sty it to him." 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